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Episode "A jockey is murdered" of series 'Martin Kane, Private Eye', originally broadcast "live" on 11/22/1951. With Lloyd Nolan in the role of "Martin Kane".
This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Classic TV; NBC; 1950's Television; Live Television; Kinescope; Martin Kane; 1951; Lloyd Nolan
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Subject: Martin Kane
An excellent example of a fast-paced detective show from the earl 50s. I enjoyed it very much. The United States Tobacco Company certainly got its products mentioned.
Subject: Pretty good for what it is -- Nolan rocks!
Lloyd Nolan keeps you watching ... this was live TV, and he was great!
Subject: Lloyd Nolan can really knock 'em out
When you want some quick snappy punches to the bad guy's jaw call on Lloyd. I hope he was pulling those punches. His acting was pretty good. Imagine 'live television' today. Hit every cue with no retakes. The story ranks with 'The Sting' but no humor. Get a load of tobacco's dominance for advertising.